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was sentenced to four years in prison. >>> amanda knox is waiting to find out if she will be retried for murder. she was convicted of killing her roommate in italy and spent four years in jail before her conviction was overturned. now, if the court decides today that knox's acquittal cannot be overturned, the case will officially be over. she's not present at today's hearing. >>> lottery officials say the big winner of a $338 million powerball ticket still has not come forward to claim it. they also announced the winning ticket in saturday's huge drawing was sold at the eagle liquor store in passaic nuke. it was the only ticket to get all six -- new jersey. it was the only ticket to get all six numbers right. >> get it invested. >> put some money away. but definitely have some fun with it. >> the winner can take home a lump sum of $221 million. you will get your chance to play powerball two weeks from today, april 8th. that's when the came comes to california for the first time. >>> 8:41. fans are uck taking about a -- fans are talking about a unique shot by sergio garcia at the arnold palmer t
anesthetic combined with sedatives. conrad murray was sentenced to four years in prison. >>> amanda knox is waiting to find out if she will be retried for murder. she was convicted of killing her roommate in italy and spent four years in jail before her conviction was overturned. now, if the court decides today that knox's acquittal cannot be overturned, the case will officially be over. she's not present at today's hearing. >>> lottery officials say the big winner of a $338 million powerball ticket still has not come forward to claim it. they also announced the winning ticket in saturday's huge drawing was sold at the eagle liquor store in passaic nuke. it was the only ticket to get all six -- new jersey. it was the only ticket to get all six numbers right. >> get it invested. >> put some money away. but definitely have some fun with it. >> the winner can take home a lump sum of $221 million. you will get your chance to play powerball two weeks from today, april 8th. that's when the came comes to california for the first time. >>> 8:41. fans are uck
. play. it's good for you. >>> on the case now, amanda knox, a college student acqu acquitted of killing her roommate in italy could be retried. italy's highest court will hear the case and decide whether or not it gagrees with the acquittl and the release of knox. worst outcome, knox would be retried, but she would not have to appear in court in italy. michael jackson's youngest son blanket is being asked to testify about his father's last days. in fact, lawyers for aeg live, the company accused of being liable for michael jackson's death, wants the judge to order blanket to testify. but blanket's doctors warn it would be medically detrimental to the 10-year-old boy. o he was just 6 when michael jackson passed away. lawyers questioned michael's two other children, paris and prince. jackson's attorneys say aeg behaved aggressively and erratically with the children. cnn's legal analyst sunny hostin is here and anchor of evening express ryan smith is on the case right now. we have two brothers on the couch, and one sister in the studio. >> i'll take it. i'll take it. >> so let's go to sunn
out to the poor, hungry and forgotten. >>> and more legal troubles for amanda knox. 's in 2001, saying she was not guilty of murdering her roommate. now considering throwing out the acquittal. announcing the decision tomorrow. >>> and someone in the garden state is really, really rich. $338 million rich in fact. no one has come forward to claim the prize. we know last night's winning powerball ticket was sold in new jersey. >>> same-sex marriage taking center stage in the coming days. the supreme court will take up two historic cases this weani s. president obama supporting same-sex marriage issued a brief with the court calling doma constitutional. >> it's not their rule to decide what's constitutional. doma was a law passed by the house and senate and signed into law by president clinton. and in our system of government, the administration doesn't get to decide what's constitutional. the supreme court does. >> and it will. starting tuesday. a constitutional law expert, nyu, and the president of founder of freedom and the right leaning heritage foundation. thank you to all of you for
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